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THE DRIFTER

He cried out 
Loud and wild 
Groaning and lamenting 
His now dejected state

With his head
Pillowed on his hands
He recalled how fitted
His crown once rested

The thought of when 
His every word was law
And his pillow puffy
Brought out a faint grin 

With a jolt he awaken
Struggling to paddle 
Amidst his ocean of thoughts 
He made a resolve 
To swim backwards
To the very spot 
Where his crown tilted 

Copyright © | Year Posted 2018




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